Visiting Us

We welcome visitors and hope that you would join us in hearing the Lord’s Word and His promises of life and forgiveness. On this page you will find all the information you need. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 704-752-4287.


The church is located at 17030 Lancaster Highway in Charlotte. We are approximately 3.5 miles south of the I-485/Johnston Road Interchange. As you head South on 521/Johnston Road, we are just past the Ardrey Kell intersection. (You will have to make a U-turn at the light if you are coming from the south.) Once you pass Ardrey Kell Road, slow down and look for our entrance on the right-hand side.

Sunday Morning

Adult Bible Class and Youth Sunday School | 9:00 AM
Divine Service with Holy Communion every Sunday | 10:30 AM

About Worship

We believe we truly ascend Holy Mount Zion, which is the holy altar, to drink deeply and be delighted with the abundance of God’s glory, which is His Son Jesus. To Him be glory forever and ever. Amen! We read in the Apology to the Augsburg Confession that “God wants to be worshiped through faith so that we receive from Him those things He promises and offers” (Apology of the Augsburg Confession, IV.49). We believe and teach that true worship is receiving from God His promised gifts of life, salvation, and the forgiveness of all of our sins. We then respond with thanks and praise for these wonderful and priceless gifts.  We don’t expect everyone to completely understand and follow our service, but we would be happy to help assist you or answer any questions you may have concerning our services.

Worship Form

All Saints Lutheran Church gladly uses the historic liturgies of the Lutheran Church. We use the Lutheran Service Book for our services.

Communion Practice

Our church practices closed communion, that is, it is our desire that all people would commune with us, but out of high regard for the Lord’s Word, we believe that unity in teaching comes before unity in communion. If you are not a member of a Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod congregation or one of our sister churches, we ask, therefore, that you would refrain from communion. Please speak with the pastor if you have any questions. More information on the practice of closed communion can be found here.

We hope to see and meet you very soon!